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Nepal Export Project By: Alex Dolson Background on Nepal Nepal is a small country located between India and China Nepal is home to Mt. Everest Nepal has a population of approximately 27 million people Nepal is a geographically diverse country containing mountains, forests and grasslands Nepal is a country with two seasons the wet and the dry season Government and Geography of Nepal The president of Nepal Is Aditya Raj Upadhyaya The Nepalese government is set up on Federal Democratic republic system Three main land regions Terai (plains) Hill regions Mountain Region Export Idea Nepal is a country that has a developing agricultural industry One of the biggest challenges Nepalese livestock farmers face is making quality forage throughout the entire year This issue could be solved by storing forage from the wet season for use in the dry season This is why Canada should export Ag baggers and Ag Silage film to Nepal Transportation The Ag- Bag machine could be shipped from the Ag-Bag manufacturing plant in Wisconsin directly to Nepal The plastic wrap could be exported by the company Canadian Hay and silage limited which is based in Alberta and already distributes products to Asia Canadian Companies The company Canadian Hay and Silage ltd could export the Ag silage film from their headquarters in Alberta The company Ag bag could export the actual machine used for storing the forage which will be shared between farmers in a community Both of these companies already export products overseas so exporting to Nepal would not be difficult Benefits to Canada Canada would benefit from exporting products from these companies By creating jobs Increasing Revenue Improving trade relations with Nepal Increasing the possibility of other agricultural exports to Nepal in the future Benefits to Nepal Nepal will benefit from this trade deal by Improving feed quality and increasing yield from animals Nepal will also be able modernize their agricultural industry by adapting new technologies Nepalese farmers will be able to store feed more efficently and saving labour Conclusions Nepal is a developing country with a promising agricultural industry that could easily adapt modern technologies to improve efficiency and yield This trade deal could potentially improve trade relations between Canada and Nepal and could increase exports to Nepal from Canada This trade deal will benefit both Canada and Nepal by increasing profits and improving the lives of both Canadians and Nepalese people Alex Dolson [email protected] University of Guelph in partnership with IRDC CIFSRF and DFAIT Faculty Sponsor: Manish Razada For further information please visit the following website for a detailed evaluation of this export idea http://agtradenepalcan.weebly.com/ References Brown, S. (1997). Soil fertility, nutrient dynamics and socioeconomic interaction in the middle mountains of Nepal. University of British. Erikson, M., & JianChu, X. (2009). The changing Himalayas: Impact of climate change on water resources and livelihoods in the greater Himalayas. 20093086376. Nepal economy: Slowest GDP growth in 18 years. (2002). Economist Intelligence Unit: Country ViewsWire.